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Crochet Sea Pennies

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Using the magic circle crochet technique, you can easily create Crochet Sea Pennies. This tutorial gives you a step-by-step instructions on how to complete these easy crochet granny square patterns for beginners. Just use Rico Creative Cotton in some lovely blue shades and a Number 4 hook to make these cute Pennies. They're nice and small, so each one doesn't use a lot of yarn or take a lot of time. You can move at your own pace with these cute little crochet motifs.

Crochet Sea Pennies
Crochet Sea Pennies
This image courtesy of www.juliacrosslandart.com

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Crochet Hook: 4 or 2 mm hook (steel)

Yarn Weight: (5) Bulky/Chunky (12-15 stitches for 4 inches)

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These are the cutest collage of circles I've ever seen. And to be titled, "Sea Pennies" is so amazingly fitting. Kudos to you, Julia Crossland from Julia Crossland Art!! These Sea Pennies really make me think of "SEA PENNIES" ...how they're all copper, when found along the beach in so many of the colours you chose, if not all, to work in. I love them and will use them in a variety of ways, from necklaces to afghans, hats to socks! You are brilliant! Thank you so much for the much needed inspiration right now! Cheers!

Great way to use scrap yarn as a memory afghan

here's the link to Crochet Sea Pennies: http://juliacrossland.blogspot.com/2011/02/how-to-crochet-sea-pennies.html?m=1

I'm having the same problem NCgirl... and i wanted to use up a bunch of my stash on this for a quick charity quilt! *sigh*

The link takes you to juliacrosslandart.com link page of crochet websites. Please fix so we can "Click here for pattern".

This would be great if I could find out how to get to the pattern instead of the University of Phoenix. Anyone know?

I just clicked on the get the pattern now. and it took me straight to the pictured instructions. Here is the link: http://juliacrosslandart.blogspot.co.uk/2011/02/how-to-crochet-sea-pennies.html Read more at http://www.allfreecrochetafghanpatterns.com/Throw-Patterns/Crochet-Sea-Pennies/ml/1#K0MCYL7olPxBIM8t.99

can someone please tell me how to get the pattern for ...crochet sea pennies please

I just clicked on the get the pattern now. and it took me straight to the pictured instructions. Here is the link: http://juliacrosslandart.blogspot.co.uk/2011/02/how-to-crochet-sea-pennies.html

a really pretty pattern, especially with the chosen colors. i'd like t know how t make it square! (or obviously could be extended into a rectangle) can't wait toet a cast off my hand, to pick up my hooks and yarn again!

I am going to start on this one shortly. I was thinking about making the two triangles and laying them opposite of each other to make the box look, might take a little playing. :)

@ Crafter 5744248 One way of making the project square would be this: Begin with the triangle. When your longest row is as wide as you want the project to be, start working backward.
In the original instructions, the triangle rows are each one penny longer than the previous row... so when you've finished approximately half your square (longest row 10 pennies for example) make the next row one penny shorter than the previous row. Count down to one penny at the end.
For example: Row 1: 1 penny Row 2: 2 pennies Row 3: 3 pennies ... continue until row 10: 10 pennies. Row 11: 9 pennies Row 12: 8 pennies Row 13: 7 pennies... etc.
In this case, row 19 would be one penny and your square(ish) project would be finished. You may, of course, want a longer middle row, and thus require more than 19 rows... but this should give you the idea.

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